The area of the house is quite large – approximately 1000m2. This significant overall size, its slender form and facade clad in natural stone contribute to an impressive dwelling, one that more closely resembles a sculptural composition than a typical cottage.
The building contains no corridors: staircases are provided in the central hall providing access to the second floor. A transparent glass passage floats below the ceiling – a feature barely distinguishable in its normal mode, however, as soon as a person enters the space, motion detectors activate and the glass changes from clear to matte. Other interesting design features include the tree “growing” within the house. It was actually planted after construction, hence the terrace with ovular opening in the roof above. While from the exterior, the house may seem quite simple, it is equipped with the latest technology and engineering systems, all of which are carefully hidden in keeping with the minimalistic architectural concept.